Tribal Cooperative Landscape Conservation Program Announces Funding for Climate Adaptation Planning

Monday, March 02, 2015

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has announced Tribal Cooperative Landscape Conservation Program funding to support tribal projects to address climate change adaptation and ocean and coastal management planning.

Up to $8 million will be awarded to support Federally Recognized Tribes and tribal organizations whose proposals are supported by a tribal resolution. Of the $8 million, $4 million will be available for Climate Adaptation Planning and another $4 million for Ocean and Coastal Management Planning. Awards will be made to projects that address climate change impacts through vulnerability analysis, adaptation planning, and increased monitoring cycles for climate adaptation management, as well as to projects that ensure ocean and coastal (including the Great Lakes) resource health, resiliency, community safety, and economic security for present and future generations.

Read the full announcement here.
Department of the Interior news release

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